Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (Title IX) prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in educational programs. It protects victims of sexual or gender-based bullying and harassment and survivors of gender-based violence. Protection from the discrimination on the basis of sex includes protection from being retaliated against for filing a complaint of discrimination or harassment.
New York University is committed to complying with Title IX and enforcing University policies prohibiting discrimination on the basis of sex. Mary Signor, Executive Director of the Office of Equal Opportunity, serves as New York University’s Title IX Coordinator. The University’s Title IX Coordinator is a resource for any questions or concerns about sex discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual violence, or sexual misconduct and is available to discuss your rights and judicial options.
University policies define prohibited conduct, provide informal and formal procedures for filing a complaint and a prompt and equitable resolution of complaints.
Student victims and complainants in situations involving sexual assault are afforded certain rights specified in the Sexual Misconduct, Relationship Violence, and Stalking Policy. Where immediate assistance is required, emergency help is available. In addition to using the complaint procedures under University policies, a victim of sexual misconduct has the option to report the incident to the appropriate local authorities and the University will assist victims in doing so.
The NYU Wellness Exchange provides support and resources for Sexual Assault Prevention and Response.
The Office of Equal Opportunity is available to students, faculty and staff with respect to any questions and concerns about sexual harassment, sexual violence, or other forms of discrimination on the basis of sex.
Mary Signor, Title IX Coordinator
Executive Director, Office of Equal Opportunity
726 Broadway, Room 721
New York, New York 10003
Phone: (212) 998-2352
The University’s Title IX Coordinator is a resource for any questions or concerns about sexual harassment, sexual violence, or sexual misconduct and is available to discuss your rights and judicial options. The Title IX Coordinator can also assist you in obtaining academic or residential assistance.
Phone: (212) 443-9999
Crisis Response Counselors (CRCs) are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, to provide support and help connect students to all available resources and services. The CRC is a trained, licensed professional counselor who will act as your personal liaison throughout the process of accessing care and services following a sexual assault. The CRC can discuss your medical and counseling options with you.
NYU Department of Public Safety
Phone: (212) 998-2222
Public Safety is available to provide support to students by assisting them in contacting law enforcement agencies to file a criminal complaint and/or obtain an order of protection.